Course: CNC400 CNC Maintenance and Troubleshooting
HOMAG CNC equipment is internationally recognized for its durability and reliability, but no machine is infallible. The goal of this course is to adequately prepare maintenance personnel to expertly confront machine errors in order to prolong machine life, reduce production downtime, and limit dependence on external technical support. Beginning with a safety orientation, learners are guided through general preventative maintenance procedures of HOMAG CNC equipment regarding lubrication, filters, vacuum systems, tooling, and machine calibration. However, preventive maintenance does not mitigate all potential problems, so instruction also explores the interpretation of machine communications (including machine data reports and error codes) to identify and troubleshoot electrical, pneumatic, mechanical, and software errors.
Previously known as MC502.
|Status||Start Date||End Date||Location||Seats Available||Tuition|
|Cancelled||09.28.21||09.30.21||GRAND RAPIDS, MI||8||$1795|
3 days / 2.10
- Basic panel processing / maintenance knowledge Recommended: - 1,000 operating hours, or 6 months CNC experience - CNC2XX: woodWOP Programming session - TECH200: Introduction to Mechatronics
By taking this course, participants will be able to… - Perform regular preventative maintenance procedures - Interpret electrical schematics and troubleshoot error codes - Analyze and correct machine calibration to improve product quality - Identify and describe electrical cabinet components
Who Should Attend
Advanced machine operators / Maintenance personnel / Facility supervisors | Owners
Applicable Machine Models
WEEKE CNCs HOMAG CNCs